The new Hawaii Community College —Palamanui is on course to be completed in May, according to the project’s superintendent.
Kilauea’s June 27 lava flow claimed its first structure Tuesday morning as it continued to carve a jagged black scar through the green Pahoa landscape, set on a collision course with Pahoa Village Road.
Lava was within 280 yards of Pahoa Village Road this morning, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense.
Keonepoko Elementary became the first public school to close as a result of the June 27 lava flow.
The state is asking Pahoa voters who could be impacted by the June 27 lava flow to plan on casting their votes at an alternate site.
Hawaii’s longline fleet might be rejoicing about a new opportunity to catch ahi, but a coalition of environmental groups is not on board with the increased catch.
Forward Progress, a Honolulu-based political action committee allowed by law to raise and spend unlimited amounts, has pumped more than $100,000 into a campaign to elect Ron Gonzales for County Council District 9, eclipsing threefold the money he raised on his own.
Overflight of June 27 lava flow on Tuesday, October 28, 2014.
The June 27 lava flow was about 510 yards from Pahoa Village Road this morning and has entered a residential property, Hawaii County Civil Defense said.
A Kawaihae man pleaded guilty to murder in the 2013 death of Kona musician Robert Keawe Lopaka Ryder.
A Pahoa resident built a large dirt wall to try to protect his home from lava.
The residency status of County Council District 9 candidate Ron Gonzales, locked in a fight to the finish with incumbent Kohala Councilwoman Margaret Wille, will be the subject of a meeting of the county Board of Registration just days before Election Day.
Pahoa Village Road residents in the path of the June 27 lava flow took a last look at their neighborhood Monday as Madame Pele’s arrival appeared inevitable.
The state Department of Education announced Monday evening that it would close some schools ahead of the rapidly advancing June 27 lava flow.
The June 27 lava flow front appeared Monday afternoon to be within hours of impacting its first home in Pahoa, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense.
The June 27 lava flow front appeared to be between six and 10 hours away from impacting its first home in Pahoa, according to an 11:30 a.m. media update by Hawaii County Civil Defense.
The June 27 lava flow is less than a football field away from reaching its first residence.
A small, primarily Buddhist cemetery in Pahoa fell victim to advancing lava on Sunday, marking yet another sobering milestone in the ongoing June 27 flow.